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Religious Holiday Gifts & Décor

Whether you're counting down the days on your Advent calendar or celebrating the Festival of Lights, you can find a meaningful and stylish gift to celebrate your faith this holiday season at Borsheims. 
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Nambe Nativity Angel 6MIHO0086 0.00 The latest addition to our Nativity Collection, our Angel stands serenely in adoration of baby Jesus. The heirloom-quality figurine--which stands 7 inches tall and whose glorious wings span 5 inches--is crafted of our enduring metal alloy and polished to a reflective gleam. Designed by Todd Weber. Nambe
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Nambe Angel Figurine, 9" 6MIHO0547 0.00 <div>A meaningful addition to your decor, the Nambe Angel Figurine watches over you and loved ones in prayerful repose. A beautiful symbol of the holiday season, the Angel is a thoughtful gift and treasured keepsake.&nbsp;</div><div><ul><li>Made of Nambé Alloy<br></li><li>3” D x 9” H<br></li><li>Hand wash; dry immediately<br></li><li>Designed by Mike Altomari<br></li></ul></div><div><br></div> Nambe
Reed & Barton Abbey Silverplate Standing Cross 6FIGR1064 0.00 This silverplate standing cross features delicate fluting and flourishes along the arms, along with a scalloped base. The piece is tarnish-resistant and a strong reminder of faith. Part of the Abbey Collection. Reed & Barton
Reed & Barton Abbey Cross Silverplate Frame, 5x7 6FXVR2204 0.00 Including a gentle beaded border and a delicate cross at the top, this tarnish-resistant 5" x 7" silverplate frame is the perfect gift to remember a cherished moment. Part of the Abbey Collection. Reed & Barton
Michael Aram Tree of Life Menorah, Gold Tone 6CHLD0468 0.00 The Tree of Life Collection takes its inspiration from the imagery that floats around classic storytelling. Whether the objects are seen individually or grouped together, they evoke a sense of charm and fantasy. Drawing profoundly from Michael's background as a sculptor, each piece emerges from hand-sculpted clay and offers a child-like quality with an inherent depth of meaning. Michael Aram